Brussels (Brussels Morning) The latest Covid travel ban is in place for Sweden. This is a result of an outbreak of severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus type 2. Upon entering Sweden, travelers will need to be vaccinated against the virus to avoid contracting it. In addition, people must have a negative test for influenza to enter the country. The restrictions on travel to Sweden will vary from time to time depending on the epidemiological situation. The Swedish Government Offices are in close contact with the responsible authorities and will provide you with all the necessary information.
The latest Sweden Covid Travel ban will be in effect until 31 January 2022. The objective is to minimize the effects of the outbreak and the spread of the coronavirus. However, the ban does not apply to everyone who is already in Sweden. Anyone with Covid symptoms is encouraged to get tested and to avoid large crowds. There is also general travel advice for those wishing to visit Stockholm. Visiting Sweden with any of these precautions can help prevent the spread of the virus.
The criteria for exemptions have changed several times since the temporary ordinance was put into effect. Therefore, the answers you previously received may no longer be valid. The only thing that remains the same is that you need to have a valid travel document. A residence permit or visa is the most common type of documents you need to enter the country. If you are unsure of whether you’re required to get a test, the Swedish government provides information about the requirements.
If you’re planning to visit Sweden in the near future, it’s important to understand the restrictions. While you may be able to enter Sweden with a valid vaccination certificate, you’ll still have to take a covid-19 test within 48 hours of arrival. For accommending minors, you’ll need a vaccination certificate, which must be issued from a country that has approved the vaccine.
While the government’s ban on COVID has been extended to cover more countries, it remains in place for now. Those traveling from outside of the EU/EEA must use face masks before entering Sweden. For those from third countries, entering Sweden is not possible, but they can enter the country by requesting a Covid certificate. In the meantime, those traveling to the EU/EEA can check the conditions on COVID to ensure that they’re not prohibited from entering the country.
As of 2022, foreign nationals who are residing in the EEA can enter Sweden for up to 90 days without the need to undergo any tests. There are also restrictions on COVID for those who are entering the country for work or study-related reasons. Those who are living in a third country can also enter Sweden under certain circumstances, but the rules may differ for their nationals.